Paris in 5 days. City rest. France

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Afternoon. Will be with my husband for 5 days in Paris in August, made a plan. Please help if you need to rearrange something in places) the 1st day – Louvre, Champs-Élysées and Arc de Triomphe the 2nd day – Luxembourg Gardens, Rodin Museum, Field of Mars, Eiffel Tower the 3rd day – Notre Dame, walk by boat the 4th day – Defans and Montmartre the 5th day – flea market and museum Georges Pompidou Thanks for letting me know!

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savl1 ” 25 Jul 2013, 08:32

You know, when you have 1.5 places for each day, it’s hard to rearrange anything . By and large, your program can be done in 2 days. But if you chose such places – I think it was consciously, and then who are we to criticize you?

In general, the options for more intense routes (grouped geographically), I gave at the end of the story France without piety: travel olivier (Paris and. ) . Not imposing it, but maybe they meme something will help

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Jasna ” 25 Jul 2013, 08:53

I just wish I could put this puzzle together more comfortably. Maybe rearrange it somehow. Apparently I didn’t state my request correctly)

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Bok ” 25 Jul 2013, 09:48

I don’t think going to the Louvre on the first day is a good idea. Wander around Paris, get an idea of the city, and one day go to the museum. It’s best not to get tied down: first day, second day, third day. If the weather is bad, go to the museum. Good – go for a walk.

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Poseidon ” 25 Jul 2013, 10:00 am

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Jasna ” 25 Jul 2013, 10:34 am.

The sequence of days is not clear, it will all depend on the mood and of course the weather. I would just like to read the opinion of people who know Paris, how to fold in the attractions described, to reduce the amount of time. I do not want to run around Paris too, I want to walk slowly and have fun.

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Bok ” 25 Jul 2013, 10:45

You take a map and see how you can optimize the routes. For example, as Poseidon wrote here, combine the Luxembourg Garden with the North Dame. Near the garden is the Pantheon, the church of St. Genevieve, on the road – the Latin Quarter, St. Germain. Approach the Seine – see St. Chapelle and go to Notre Dame. Then, if you have energy left, you go to the Isle of Cité. You can do it all in reverse order.

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Jasna ” 25 Jul 2013, 10:50 am.

We have 5 days in Paris. On the one hand I understand that 5 days is not enough to see the capital of the world, on the other hand I want to spend 1 day in Asterix Park. Then we will have only 4 days for Paris. Not sure what to choose)

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savl1 ” 25 Jul 2013, 15:12

Jasna wrote(a) on 25 Jul 2013, 10:50: 5 days is not enough to see the world capital. Then there’s only 4 days left for Paris.

It’s very individual about the world capital. And about ALL 4 days – apparently, you did not read what I suggested. I can quote here approximate itineraries (not particularly hurried), allowing to see most of the interesting places of Paris in 2 days:

“Yes, seeing Paris in 1.5-2 days is not the best solution. But, firstly, not everyone can afford to spend at least 5-7 days here. Secondly, the pace of seeing the city (not just Paris) depends a lot on individual “impressiveness”. Not everyone is interested in spending a lot of time in museums. Not everyone comes here to “soak up the spirit” of the city. Some people just need to see something they may have dreamed of since childhood.

I should note that my itineraries, first of all, are designed for quite a few daylight hours (but not necessarily in June). Secondly, do not take into account the time to queue at certain places and attractions and to visit museums. But do include a minimally reasonable visit to the cathedral (no tower climbing) and churches.

Route 1: Eiffel Tower – Invalides House – (St. Clotilde Church) – Pont Alexandre III – Place de la Concorde – Pl. The route 1: The Eiffel Tower – Invalides House – (Saint Clotilde Church) – Alexandre III Bridge – Place de la Concorde – Madeleine Church – Place Vendome. – Tuileries Garden – Arc de Carouzel – Louvre – (Church of St-Eustache) – Church of St-Germain l’Auxerrois – J.Pompidou Center – Stravinsky Fountain – Church of St-Marry – Town Hall (Grevskaya) Square.

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The total length – 9.8 km. (Those who don’t particularly like Gothic can skip the churches of St.Clotilde and St-Eustache – this will straighten the route and save time)

If you start this route at 9 o’clock from Trocadero, it’s realistic to finish it around 4pm (including a sit-down lunch). After that, you can take a boat ride as a rest (from the Pont Alma), and then take the metro to Montmartre and see the Sacré Coeur and the surrounding area. At dusk, take the subway back to the Eif. tower to see the evening illumination. If your strength allows, you can swap Montmartre and the water walk.

Day 2: Metro Saint-Michel – Fountain of Saint Michael (if you have a tight time limit, you can go directly to the metro Cité) – Saint-Chapelle – Conciergerie – Notre-Dame Cathedral – Notre-Dame Promenade – St-Severin Church – Sorbonne Chapel – Lux.Garden – Pantheon – St-Etienne-du-Mont Church (4 km). Here you can walk to Val-de-Grace or take the subway.

The total length is about 4-4.5 km. Depending on the time spent in the cathedral, churches and the gardens, it could take 3-5 hours. I recommend going to Notre Dame early (about 9-9:30) to get in without queuing. By the way, in the Latin Quarter (around the church St-Severin) – the largest and most varied (including fondue) selection of “dynamic” food that we generally met in Paris.

As I’ve written before, I don’t think it’s necessary to spend the money and time to see the Pantheon and the Cathedral of the Invalides inside. At the very least, see photos beforehand of exactly what you’ll see inside to make a final decision. “

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